Indulge Fusion Food and Cocktail Bar

At Indulge, the “bomp-bomp-bomp” of the house music is just loud enough to be heard over the patio mist machine and other diners’ happy chatter. After spending a day in Bangkok’s tropical humidity, sucking down local beers, massive gin and tonics, and chilly mojitos feels like pouring souls back into our exhausted bodies.

With all this fresh mint, can my mojito be called a salad?

Awash in the churning traffic near the Terminal 21 shopping complex and overshadowed by the raised concrete platforms of the SkyTrain, Indulge offers a chilly, sleek refuge from the mad rush of the Sukhumvit neighborhood. With its intimate low ceilings, soft lighting, and color palette composed of icy whites, Icelandic grays, and lemongrass greens, Indulge has been a favorite haunt of ours for the past three years.

The kitchen offers Eastern and Western favorites kissed with Thai spice and artfully arranged on the plate. I can’t get enough of the steaming, glow-in-your-mouth lemongrass chicken served over mango slaw, served drizzled with flaming whiskey.

Lemongrass chicken is common; dousing it in flaming whiskey is not!

American friends who join us here also love the respectable Wagu beef burger (topped with a heap of caramelized onions and tucked into a house-baked bun) and the seafood gumbo (weighty with shrimp, calamari, and huge chunks of sea bass).

Up early? If you’re feeling lonesome for home, order the Farmer’s Breakfast (eggs your way, grilled bacon, sausage, potatoes, toast, and coffee) or the salted caramel pancakes.

Salted caramel pancakes with sliced banana and real whipped cream.

But if you’re adventurous, try dipping fat slices of fresh bread into the Green Shashouka — two baked eggs swimming in the chef’s secret recipe green tomatillo sauce.

Crusty, buttery bread, made for dipping in baked egg and tomatillo sauce, Thai style.

For a Thai twist on a more familiar dish, order the red curry chicken and waffles:

After this, chicken and waffles back home will never truly satisfy me.

With its genuinely friendly staff — all smiles, this bunch, and very eager to help you make good choices — the casual, come as you add dress code, and entree prices ranging from $10.00 to $25.00, tiny little Indulge has become one of our go-to joints, no matter where we’re staying in Bangkok. Don’t miss it.

Getting There: Take the SkyTrain to Asoke Station, then follow the elevated SkyWalk to Exit 6 (across the pedestrian-unfriendly Asok Montri Road), then descend the stairs; Indulge is located in the Sukhumvit Suites hotel. Access the restaurant from the hotel’s front entrance (right at the stairs coming down from the SkyWalk) or the front of the restaurant along Sukhumvit Street. Dress ranges from casual to Millennials in fancy club wear, so just be yourself.

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